Nicki Minaj teams with Tekashi 6ix9ine for ‘Trollz’

The rappers are releasing a new single called “Trollz,” part of the proceeds from which will go to charity.

Minaj confirmed his collaboration on Instagram on Wednesday.

“Part of the revenue from #Trollz, including merch items, will go directly to The Bail Project Inc. [@bailproject], “a description of the photo in which the couple read.” The fund provides free bail assistance to low-income individuals who cannot afford to pay bail while awaiting trial. “

“We want to protect and support thousands of brave people working on the front lines of social justice, using their vote to demand an END for the police who target and kill black Americans,” the signature also states.

Tekashi 6ix9ine bio recently released from federal prison four months before he was due to complete his two-year sentence.

The rapper was allowed to serve his sentence at home after his attorney, Lance Lazzaro, claimed his client’s asthma had made him vulnerable to the coronavirus.

He was convicted late last year after pleading guilty to charges related to gang activities in New York and was awarded a reduced sentence after collaborating with federal investigators and informing his former associates in the gang.

He and Minaj last worked together on the single “Fefe” in 2018, which also featured Murda Beatz.

“Trollz” will be released at midnight.

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